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New Irish Pubs
 London

Feeneys
Near Tower of London

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Behind the triple-arch stone bridge in Dowra, stands the first Leitrim bar the river Shannon meets. A pub that welcomes anyone and everyone. A pub that serves simple, quality drinks with warm Irish hospitality. A pub that inspired Paul’s love of pubs, and one which inspires Feeney’s today.

As well as local pubs, Paul traveled around the world learning from each he worked in, and all the great people he worked with gave him the confidence to “Go it alone”.

So having worked in bars from a young age, Paul always knew he wanted to have his own one day. Somewhere he could stock full of the best drinks, and full of people having a good time. At the ripe old age of ??, in a post-pandemic world, Paul’s dream came true and Feeney’s was born.


48 Mark Ln, London, EC3R 7QH

The Dog & Truck
Whitechapel

The Dog on Back Church Lane offers you a comfy character filled public house with the added bonus of 2 Beer Gardens one of which is south facing, snug along

Feeney’s Irish Pubs will bring their Quality service and top of the range Guinness along with some perfect pub grub.

With weekly Live Traditional Irish Music, Quizzes, Live GAA, Rugby and Premier League along with the Horse Racing and other International sporting head liners.

72 Back Church Ln, London E1 1LX

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The Hope
Fitzrovia

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The Hope, Fitzrovia, is a compact and lively pub serving gastropub (vegan optional!) food, real ales and, most importantly, Murphy's. With occasional live music sessions and live sports, this pub is a great spot for any Irish person in London. 


15 Tottenham Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 2AJ 

The Devonshire boasts a three-metre bespoke wood ember grill, the first of its kind in the UK, and the biggest on-site aging chamber in Central London.

The first joint pub from a pair of industry veterans, former The Guinea Grill landlord Oisin Rogers and Flat Iron founder Charlie Carroll, The Devonshire is a traditional pub with contemporary gastronomical flair. The ground-floor pub serves drinks and homemade bar food, while the restaurant above features ambitious wood ember grilling. The in-house butcher and bakery also help ensure it's all as fresh as it gets.
 

The Devonshire, 17 Denman St, London W1D 7HW

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Nancy Spain
Shoreditch

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A Modern Irish Pub & Cocktail Bar in the heart of Shoreditch, London. Step into a world where Prohibition-era secrets meet the vibrant beats of Shoreditch – welcome to Nancy Spain’s Irish Pub! Picture this: a rebellious Irish immigrant turned bootlegger, a century of whiskey-making expertise, and now, a venue that’s all about celebrating the spirit that runs in our veins. Nancy Spain’s is not your average pub; it’s a living, breathing ode to Irish whiskey. In the heart of London, they’ve curated an exclusive collection that’ll make your taste buds dance. From classic pours to innovative concoctions, our cocktail menu is a rollercoaster of flavours.

128-130 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3AQ

Step inside The Whiskey Tumbler and feel a warm Irish welcome in this delightful homey cocktail bar in the heart of Brixton.

Brought to life by the Ryan brothers Adam & Elliot, The Whiskey Tumbler features a cosy traditional Irish snug interior with a beautiful private courtyard garden at the rear to enjoy those sunny afternoons and evenings.

With over 70 whiskeys to choose from, their own unique signature cocktail menu and not forgetting all your favourite classics plus draught beers and stouts - The Whiskey Tumbler has everything they need to keep you entertained and you can expect music from Indie Rock and Hip-Hop to Reggae and Motown. Not forgetting intimate live music nights and foot tapping Sunday Sessions with traditional Irish music. 

Feeling hungry? Not to worry because they have that covered too. Offering delicious Irish cheese and meat boards, tasty dipping dishes and a scrumptious array of smaller sides. 

401 Coldharbour Lane, London SW9 8LQ 

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